Andrew Clouse, a communications worker in Honduras, talks about his experiences during and after the Honduran coup that rocked the country in late June. He comments on the impact of the political unrest on Hondurans and the Christian churches and calls on listeners to look more deeply into the conflict.
For two weeks each year, MCC Quebec runs AMICAMP, a summer camp in the Laurentians north of Montreal where Québecois children can engage their faith, build meaningful relationships with other Mennonite children, and learn about what it means to work for peace.
Fifty new workers were commissioned for service after participating in an orientation at Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) offices in Akron, July 7-17. Nine are serving in Canada or the United States, and 41 are serving in other countries.
A Haitian partner organization of Mennonite Central Committee (MCC), the National Human Rights Defense Network (RNDDH), presented a human rights report on June 17 to the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva.
Burundi is a small, Central-East African nation whose recent history is tarnished by ethnic conflict, genocide, war and extreme poverty, however, it is a nation that is beginning to write itself a new story.
Cambodia is one of the poorest countries in Southeast Asia, and a majority of its citizens are less than 21 years old. MCC is helping Cambodian schoolchildren, artisans, farmers and shopkeepers create a better future for themselves and their families.